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Time Magazine
Blessed Day
Monday, Jan. 28, 1952
“Walad! Walad! [It’s a boy],” cried one of the palace physicians in triumph. King Farouk, who had sat sleepless all night in the next room, entered his wife’s bedchamber with tears in his eyes, took his blond newborn son in his arms and kissed him. “Thanks, Pasha,” the King told Obstetrician Ibrahim Magdi Bey, his words automatically bestowing a title on the lucky doctor. Then, reverently, he kissed his 18-year-old Queen Narriman on the brow and left the room.

For more than 60 years, this family has taken on their shoulders the responsibility of improving the women’s health care and delivering the best, fine and unique care for their patients.
Dr. Ahmed Magdi, an assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in faculty of Medicine-Cairo University who has been following the steps of his father Dr. Mohamed Magdi and Grandfather Ibrahim Magdi pasha, is introducing a new concept of women reproductive health, not focusing on pregnancy and labor only, but shedding the light on all aspects that affect women’s health.

Professor Dr. Ahmed Magdi – March 1969 to date.

Graduated from Cairo University Medical school 1992 (Excellent with honors).
MD. Obstetrics and gynecology November 2000.
Lectures and Assistant professor of OB/GYN at Cairo University Medical school.
Member of the  Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS).
Member of the Egyptian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ESOG).
Member of the Egyptian fertility society (EFS).
Diploma in hospital management from AUC 2010.
Consultant of obstetrics and gynecology in the following hospitals:
        Magdi Maternity Hospital.
        Al Salam International Hospital.
        Nile Badrawy Hospital. 
        El Nada Hospital.
        New Kasr El Eini Teaching Hospital.
        Demeshk Maternity Hospital.
        Misr International Hospital.

Professor Dr. Ibrahim Magdi – July 1901 to March 1981.

Graduated 1925 from Cairo Faculty of Medicine.
FRCS England 1936.
Honorary FRCOG England 1980.
Professor Obstetrics & Gynecology at Cairo University up till 1952.
Built the first private maternity hospital May 1947 – Hospital still working to date as Dr. Magdi’s Hospital, where his two grandson’s Ibrahim and Ahmed practice OB/GYN.
He also delivered the wife of King Ahmed Fouad with a son at his Maternity Hospital named Ahmed Ali in 1980.
He also delivered Mrs. Anwar Sedat with her only son Gamal, October 1956, among many other VIPs in Egypt.

Professor Dr. Mohammad Magdi – December 1936 to date.

Graduate of Cairo University Medical School December 1961.
Lectured and was Associate Professor of OB/GYN at Cairo University Medical School until October 1982.
Managed Dr. Magdi’s Maternity Hospital from 1959 to 1981.
Built the Assalam International Hospital, Cairo – opened April 1982 – a 300 bed ultra modern general Hospital – still the best Hospital in Egypt, 30 years later.
Masters in Health Policy & Management from UCLA, California 1995.
Consultant in Health Policy & Management until retiring December 2011.

The number of healthy babies delivered by both the late Professor Ibrahim Magdi and Professor Mohammad Magdi is a tightly kept secret.
They both considered obstetrics as an art.

Through this website, Dr. Ahmed Magdi, a pioneer in Obstetrics and Gynecology field in Egypt, tries to improve the women health care system by setting a trend that hopefully people will find helpful.